Father’s Day Gift Ideas

With June starting, it’s time to start thinking about gifts to get for the fatherly figures in your life. Though we celebrate the fathers in our lives year round, Father’s Day is the time to give them a gift for everything they do. If you’re struggling to think of the perfect gift, here are some presents that are sure to put a smile on any father’s face. 

  1. Weighted Blanket

For dad’s that struggle to fall asleep, a weighted blanket could be a life saver. This blanket feels like a big hug and has been shown to raise serotonin and melatonin levels, reduce anxiety, calm the mind, and create a sense of security. 

Weighted Blanket

  1. Garden Kneeler and Tool Pouch

This gift is perfect for the dad who loves to garden. After a long day of gardening, his knees probably hurt and his pants are covered in grass stains. With a garden kneeler, his knees will be happy and so will your washing machine! Not to mention that it has a built in tool pouch, making it easier for him to access tools when gardening. All things considered, this item will become an essential part of his gardening routine. 

Garden Kneeler and Tool Pouch

  1. Indoor George Foreman Grill

Already got him a grill last year? Then how about a tiny indoor grill! Perfect for rainy days when he can’t grill outside but still wants to make burgers for the family. 

George Foreman Grill

  1. Wireless Earbuds

No matter what hobby he has, he will find a use for wireless earbuds. Whether he runs, gardens, woodworks, or cooks, listening to music or podcasts can make the time go by much faster. With wireless earbuds, he will be able to enjoy his hobby without wires getting in his way. 

Wireless Earbuds

  1. Custom Wood Branding Iron

If the father figure in your life enjoys woodworking, a wood branding iron customized for him is an item that will take his craft to the next level. After he finishes a project, he can proudly mark that he was the one who made it. This adds a personal touch that will last a lifetime. 

Custom electric branding iron

Roland Garros furniture

Ways to Appeal to Someone’s Love Language

To some Valentine’s Day is a way to show a little extra appreciation to that special someone in their lives. Others might not enjoy the holiday as much though. There are five main love languages: words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch. Everyone’s love language is personalized to themselves and some even relate to having multiple languages speak to them. Here’s how to appeal to each love language:

  1. Words of affirmation

This language can be shown appreciation in multiple ways. Simply writing a card or having a deep conversation with this type of person can really go far in their eyes. They dwell on the words that you say and thrive off of them.

  1. Quality time

Quality time is pretty self-explanatory and simply goes back to just spending time with that person. Some people enjoy doing this by staying in and watching a movie, others enjoy getting dressed up and going out to dinner or a local event going on.

3. Receiving gifts

This type of love language is straightforward. They appreciate the materialistic things that you bring to the table. Some basic ideas to gift someone for Valentine’s Day could be giving them flowers, candy, or a picture of the both of you.

  1. Acts of Service

This language can be hard to get right at times. In doing acts of service for someone, you appeal to making their life easier by going the extra mile to do something for them. You can do this by simply helping them run an errand or assisting them in a project they are working on.

  1. Physical Touch
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Physical touch is also more self-explanatory. Simply giving them a hug, kiss, or holding their hand really helps them to feel appreciated and cared for.

Love languages can be confusing at times and also change as people do. When it boils down to it, if you want to show someone that you care for them just make an attempt to appeal to their likes. Try to stop and take the time to show someone you care about them this week whether it be your significant other, a friend, or a coworker.